Gender in Management: Volume 30 Issue 6


An International Journal

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All at sea – gender and leadership in Britain’s Royal Navy (RN)

Michael Dunn

This paper aims to investigate the relationship between leadership and gender in the UK’s Royal Navy (RN) to answer the research question “Do men and women lead in different…

Great expectations in academia: realistic job previews on jobs and work-family balance

Katharine Ridgway O'Brien, Michelle R Hebl

This study aims to foster work-family balance goals by evaluating the utility of two types of video-based realistic job previews on creating accurate expectations among future…


Gender equality in the accounting profession: one size fits all

Antoinette Flynn, Emily Kate Earlie, Christine Cross

This study aims to examine both male and female accountants’ perceptions of female career progression in the Accounting Profession in Ireland. This study is set in the context of…


Using the kaleidoscope career model to analyze female CEOs’ experiences in sport organizations

Sally Shaw, Sarah Leberman

The purpose of this research is to examine the experiences of female CEOs in New Zealand sport using a career account approach overlaid with the Kaleidoscope Career Model (KCM)…

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